San Antonio City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for state and federal governments to address gun violence Thursday.
Commentary: Chip Roy has some legitimate complaints about Democrats and the border, but ignores the flow of guns from the U.S. into Mexico.
The former U.S. housing secretary and San Antonio mayor proposed a raft of ideas to fight the rise of domestic terrorism and reduce firearm violence.
The proposed rules– aimed at curbing gun violence in neighborhoods and around schools – would relegate new gun shops to higher-intensity development zones.
City Council’s Public Safety Committee voted Tuesday to explore several ways to reduce instances of gun violence in San Antonio, including the creation of a zoning category that would restrict firearms sales to a designated district.
A City Council committee voted Tuesday to explore five possible avenues for regulation despite facing what could be an uphill battle in passing such governance.
Gun rights activists carrying weapons marched through Olmos Park to the municipality’s City Hall in protest of an advocate’s recent arrest.
In the weeks following the Parkland, Florida, school shooting that claimed the lives of 17 people, San Antonio students have walked out of classrooms, planned marches, and written letters to elected representatives.
“The public demands that we act,” U.S. Sen. John Cornyn said at a bipartisan meeting Wednesday at the White House on gun violence.
There’s little daylight between the five candidates in the crowded Democratic primary to represent TX-23 when it comes to core party issues.